How to Remove a Honda Rear Lower Control Arm?

Answer The Honda Civic is a popular car to customize, and there are lots of different ways to go about doing it. One common thread, however, involves lowering the car to gain handling and performance upgr... Read More »

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How Do I Remove a Lower Rear Seat in a 1998 Honda Civic?

When Honda manufactured the 1998 Civic, they included an access cover to the fuel pump beneath the rear seat cushion. For the average weekend mechanic, this inclusion eliminates the need to drop th... Read More »

What are Rear Lower Control Bars?

A vehicle suspension consists of numerous components that all work in conjunction to deliver a smooth ride and reliable handling. Most modern car suspensions incorporate a coil spring, shock dampen... Read More »

How to Replace a Lower Control Arm for a Honda Civic?

The Honda Civic uses a MacPherson strut front suspension. The top of the strut attaches to the body inside the engine compartment. The bottom of the strut attaches to the lower control arm. A stabi... Read More »

How to Install Lower Control Arms in a Honda Civic?

The suspension system on your Honda Civic uses the control arm to hold the steering knuckle and axle housing in position as the wheel moves up and down on the road. If the control arm bends due to ... Read More »